In the context of the calendars for holidays, feasts, and Sabbath observance in Leviticus, LeFebvre argues that we need to attend to the creation account in Genesis as a calendar for shaping the sacred rhythm of labor and worship.
Fidelity to place needn’t (and shouldn’t) result in stuckness, a condemnation of ever moving at all. But we must beware falling into that second trap: rejecting roots altogether.
Jackson, MI. As a college professor and reader of Wendell Berry, I've long been concerned about the dominant narrative of "upward (and lateral) mobility"...
If you resonate with the conversation below and the aims of Braver Angels, consider signing their new letter: What We Will Do to Hold...
Bradley Birzer on Christian humanism, judging the past, memory, and gratitude.
Ken Myers of Mars Hill Audio on place, the evangelical mind, and classical music.
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